Well it's Valentine's Day... all have gone out and bought red roses, cards,
teddy bears and many other very romantic things! For me it's my 8th wedding
anniversary, and I will point out that although we love each other dearly, we
don't do the usual romantic things... this year my hubby took me to Brighton! A
lovely few days, but the biggest reason we chose there, besides the beautiful
weather, not brrrr; was to visit the fabulous Choccywoccydoodah!
During our mad shopping day, and
boy was it mad, we stopped off for cake and the famous hot chocolate!
Wow, what a day!!!
Today was the Doncaster Racecourse Wedding Show, and we were there to meet some fantastic brides, grooms and families. We had a great day talking cake, one of my favourite past-times, with many couples planning their 'big day'.
This was our stand;
All the designs were new ones unveiled at the show, including our vintage cupcake tower complete with vintage china cups and saucers.
On offer were our Belgian chocolate cake and vanilla cake, made with homemade vanilla extract.
We look forward to the many consultations over the next few weeks!
It's been a while since I last blogged, sorry to any fans!
Anyway, I've had a chance to update the website to include new photos of recent wedding cakes and to announce one of the few wedding fayres I'm going to attend...
Sunday 15th January 2012; Doncaster Racecourse Wedding Show, 11am - 4pm
I'll be showcasing some brand new designs of wedding cakes along with sugar flowers, figures and gorgeous favours. Alongside all of this will be some delicious cake samples to try.... any suggestions of what you'd like to try?
Oh my! How long it's been since I wrote on my blog!!!
It seems that the summer was so hectic I didn't get five minutes to my self unless collapsed in a heap of exhaustion between cakes, children and family. Then it's been straight back into a new term with even more to do!
... thought I'd report on this weekend's fantastic exhibition by Cake International at Birmingham NEC. There were soooo many people there, it was totally cramped at some points but the level of competition entries were phenominal.